When you write a survey researcher cover letter, be sure to tell the hiring manager your experience with the public and your ability to design and conduct surveys to collect information used for research, fiscal policy decisions, and improvements to customer satisfaction. You may be expected to use a variety of methods, including the Internet, personal or telephone interviews, or mail questionnaires. Such a position requires good communication skills and an interest in people. All survey researcher cover letters should showcase applicants' aptitude and experience.
32 Lotus Street
Coryville, USA 56734
March 23, 2006
Mr. Harris Pollack
Pollack and Peters Research Institute
89 Fourth Street
Landsville, USA 99999
Dear Mr. Pollack:
I've been looking for a position as a survey researcher so when I saw your posting for this job on JobBankUSA.com, I decided to write this cover letter right away. I have designed and conducted research surveys in the past for Senator Smith in Ohio. I have excellent communication skills, am comfortable with the public, and enjoy gathering material useful to improving the quality of life.
Would you like to meet in person to discuss this job? I'm available any morning before noon. Please call me at 675-980-9898 to arrange a meeting time that fits in with your schedule. Thank you for taking a moment to consider me as one of the survey researchers you plan to hire. I look forward to meeting you.